when Royal Challengers Bangalore And Mumbai Indians arrived at Dubai International Stadium, the stakes were quite high. Both teams had to win in Mumbai over Bangalore. Because I lost, I had only 4 wins in 10 games. That’s exactly what happened.
Bangalore started the match with the first good run. They hit well in the middle order, and 50s from Virat Kohli and Glenn Maxwell saw them post 165 at 6.
Given the strength of their blows, it wasn’t too difficult to expect them to fire. Rohit Sharma and Quinton de Kock got off to a great start. In power play, they made 56 runs without losing their wickets. In the overs just after the power play was over, Decock fell to Yuzu Bendra Chahar at 24. The score was 1 and 57. Lohit seemed to be on track.
Mumbai Indians lost 9 wickets in 32 runs and fell into their sixth defeat
But for more than 10 days, the incident has begun a fairly upset collapse for Mumbai. Ishan Kishan hit the ball straight on the ground on the road of Rohit. The skipper raised his hand and hurt himself. Just like he went out and tried to capture the big boundaries. Thanks to Maxwell’s offspin, he’s gone. The score was 2 and 79.
At the next over, Kishan was fired by Chahal. 81 to 3. After a few more overs and wickets, Hershall Patel arrived at the bowling crease. He was faced with Kiron Polard and Hardik Pandya. He took them out in a series of deliveries and fired Rahul Chahar with a third ball to claim a hat-trick. Mumbai Eventually bowled for 111.
So basically, Mumbai fell from 79 to 1 to 111. This is basically 9 to 32. There were no batters other than the opener in the Mumbai Indians lineup, and it managed to reach double digits. Hershall Patel While Yuzvendra Chahal was picking up three scalps, he picked up four ticket gates. Apart from the chief architect of the downfall, there was Maxwell who picked up two wickets, but Mohammed Shiraji also got one.